The hostel has three floors, each consisting of 15 rooms with a total of 48 rooms in the Wing I - Hostel, accommodating 3 students in each room. As the strength increased, an additional hostel was constructed with 71 rooms, with an accommodation capacity of 213 students in the year 2002. The residents of the hostel are provided with furniture and amenities such as chairs, tables, cupboards, lights and fans. The hostels have a separate sick room, store room, washing room, reading room and wardens’ room.
The following newspapers are provided for the students in the hostel to update their knowledge of current affairs:
24/7 security service is provided for both menandladies hostels. A separate lady security is provided to ladies hostels from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m.
Water is supplied in the hostels with the help of 5 bore well systems. Water tanksare periodically checked and cleaned. Water purifiers have also been installed in hostels.
Mess facility is available for men and ladies hostels with delicious vegetarian Indian food at a nominal cost. Tea, Coffee and Snacks are provided in the evening to the inmates.
SOLAR WATER HEATER SYSTEM
Solar water heaters have been installed on the roofs of the hostels. The capacity of solar water heater system is 18 kW with total number of panels 48. Around 3000 litre of hot water is daily made available through the system. Moreover three geysers are available in each hostel to meet unfavorable weather conditions and emergencies.
Separate sports facilities for Cricket, Volleyball, Football, Basketball, Hockey, Kabaadi, Khokho, Badminton etc., have been provided to the hostel students. Indoor game facilities are also provided.
STUDY HOURS / TIMINGS
Study time is observed in the evening and it is monitored by the warden.
Transport facilty is made handy for the inmates in case of emergencies.
TIMINGS OF HOSTEL
The following is the general time schedule followed in hostels during working days.
Schedule during holidays
Visitors’ time: 8.00 am - 5.00 pm (Only on Sundaysand on other holidays with prior permission) –
ANTI RAGGING MEASURES
Ragging is prohibited seriously in the hostel and college campus. Corrective steps are taken on the students who involve themselves in ragging. The anti-ragging act of TN legislative assembly has received the assent of Governor on 14th February 1997 and reproduced below: Act No.706 1997 TN prohibition of ragging act 1997. To avoid ragging, teaching staff members are appointed as vigilance officers during the initial stage to assist the wardens. Thus it takes away the fear of ragging and provides a calm atmosphere for the freshers.
Brouchers on the rules and regulations for the students residing in hostel are distributed to the parents. Also a declaration form is signed by both parents and students during the time of admission. In case of violation of any of the rules the individual student will be reported to the discipline committee for further action.
The hostels have 24 hours power supply. Generators are used during power shutdowns. Well-trained electrician and plumber, have been appointed , who reside in living quarters.
EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
Freshers’ day and Friendship day are celebrated. The farewell party for the outgoing students is also organized by the junior inmates of the hostelsL. Hostel students take up excursions during holidays,
The college is equipped with dish antenna. The hostels are provided with television sets that are operated by the wardens for students' entertainment.
Common prescribed medicines are available in hostels in case of fever or any minor injuries.
There is a hostel committee which looks after the proper functioning of the hostels. It comprises of the principal, wardens and teaching staff as conveners with student committee members. Meetings are held frequently regarding the development, maintenance and functioning of the hostels and mess.
The following are the registers and files maintained by the hostel wardens for the smooth functioning of the hostels